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weekly jobless numbers and retail sales reports. earnings from kraft and linkedin are also on deck. gold futures are pushed another record high. some traders in a report said three former fed directors said the central bank should consider a new round of economic stimulus to resurrect some optimism. the big driver came from the tech sector with research in motion leading the way after unveiling two new touch screen blackberry smartphones. mastercard got a boost and media companies comcast, the owner of this network, time warner, and cbs also beat the street's earnings estimates. >>> activision blizzard did well due to its call of duty game. facebook will give advertisers more access. finally, what do bill gates, steve jobs, and mark zuckerberg all have in common? they top gq's list of worst dressed men in silicon valley. >>> the resident crisis may be behind us, but the nation's economy is far from healthy. last night michael eric dyson who guest hosted the ed show asked bill maher if he thinks some democrats are becoming disillusioned with president obama's leadership. >> i think for a
another diner at the same area based on a questionnaire and information from your linkedin profile. then after a connection is made, you can have a quick power lunch with like-minded folks to network or have a little bit of company. sometimes it is nice to have somebody to have lunch with. >> this isn't a dating service. >> let's have lunch, let's make some friends, let's network and talk about business. a little quick power lunch with a stranger. >> interesting. >> interesting concept. >> what do you have for us in the next half hour? >> serious story about military retirement plans. they could be changing dramatically and we'll tell you the details of that plan coming up. >> thanks, jess. >>> the suspect from a bomb scare in australia is arrested in kentucky. that story is coming up. >> plus, president obama is challenging the republican way of thinking on a campaign swing through the midwest. >> ahead in sports, an impressive performance keeps mike shanahan's starting quarterback off the top of the depth chart. we'll be back. >>> it is quiet out there now and this afternoon, whi
. when he answered, that's when he was abducted and we know that weinstein is in his 60's, linkedin page says he's lived in lahore for seven years and pakistani police say he's planning to leave in a week or so and working for a consulting ferm based in the d.c. area out of arlington, virginia. he was apparently in the business of helping train workers and improve exports for pakistan's leather trade according to news reports out of pakistan and in this part of the country, lahore, has been a hot bed of insurgent activity and operate along the borders with afghanistan and this morning we don't know who is behind it or why exactly they've singled out this american contractor, guys, so frightening. thank you, peter from d.c. >> thanks, peter. >> all righty. some of the other headlines making news today. the troubled news revealed about the suspects held in the connection with the death of robin gardner. the missing woman in aruba. his former wife describes him as not being able to control his anger. sandals and pink shirt found during the search of an abandoned mine do not belong to her. s
a lot of stuff out there on facebook and linkedin and everything else without the kind of concern about privacy that my generation grew up with and have sort of rubbed into it. so when we look ahead, it's not that we don't want to protect vital information, but the whole idea of, basically, americans like government when their security is threatened. they don't like government when their privacy is threatened or when their communications are threatened. so just going forward that's an interesting thing to think about, that culturally we may be evolving into a society or a world where a lot of people don't particularly care if you're tromping about in their cyberspace. >> so let me see, i should note that government executive has just published a special issue on cybersecurity and that our terrific technology web site, next gov.com, has a lot of other information in addition to what was published in this print on that topic. i think we have run out of time. there is so much more we could talk about, but we've, we've covered some very interesting territory, i think. and so let me thank jo
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